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The Role of Curiosity in Professional Development

We’re learning that one way to incorporate the power of curiosity is to create a culture of wonder: to frequently model and encourage the same kinds of “I wonder” questions that motivate child development and learning researchers.

by Kathy Reschke, Senior Manager, Content Development, ZERO TO THREE

One of my favorite things about young children is their curiosity. Babies are born curious and, unless that drive is actively squashed, curiosity will be the primary vehicle that leads to the astounding amount of learning that is typical by the time they turn 3.

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